I was a little surprised to receive an email (right) from Vancouver mayoralty candidate Kennedy Stewart’s campaign manager, Neil Monckton, in the wee hours of October 11th. In it he referenced a tweet of mine, said that it was “both factually wrong and damaging to Mr Stewart’s reputation” and wanted …
There may be nearly 160 candidates running for 27 municipal government positions in Vancouver, but with Twitter wars, trolls, bigots and the usual assortment of also-rans and not-on-your-lifes, it’s particularly difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff for the 2018 version. Without further adieu, my slate, largely devoid of bad actors and hopefully about more than just housing.
If you like more accurate data and the ability to use power while riding on the road, a power meter may be a better choice for training than virtual power. However, early into my journey with a power meter and the change has required a few adjustments on my part. In the long run, I suspect I’ll be happier, overall.
It’s been a while. In fact, it’s been nearly six months since I wrote a journal post of any kind. At the beginning of the year, I noted that I wanted to begin a daily practice of journaling. My success there, as with many of the things I mentioned, kinda went to hell in a handbasket. A very large portion of the past eight months has completely consumed us with the process of selling our townhouse and buying a Kitsilano condo.